Visualize Your Event
Before we get into the tips of how to celebrate Holi, it is important for you to have a vision for your event. We, as festival catering service providers, can help you conceive ideas and structure them to execute an exceptional festive gathering. Whether you’re hosting a large gathering or an intimate brunch, we can help you curate mood boards and give you plenty of themes to decide décor options as well as food options. Once you have an idea of what your event should be like, you can then get into the nitty-gritty.
1. Set The Date, Time, And Place
This year, Holi falls in the last week of March. Though most Holi parties take place on the day of Holi, there is no harm to do it a few days in advance either. You also need to keep in mind the venue after which you can plan a menu and theme as well. Because of the pandemic, you may want to host a Holi party at home, and with a festival catering service by Eventia, you can do this in a completely hassle-free manner. Yes, it is possible to enjoy hosting an event at home, for you, and even more for the guests. Once you have the basic details in order, don’t forget to send in an invite to people and request them to block their social calendars.